If you were recently in a small fender bender, you might notice little areas of damage on your vehicle. A common source of damage is having a crack or chip on you windshield. These small cracks need to be repaired if they are on your windshield, since they can obstruct your field of vision. Here is more information about repairing them on your own. Determine if You Can Repair it
27 March 2015
You've just gotten into a minor collision or damaged your car in some way and now you're worried about your repair bills. Before you start stressing out, exit your car and assess the extent of the damage. If it is nothing major, you may be able to skip the body shop altogether and just do the repairs at home on your own time. Knowing what you can and can't fix at home is rather tricky.
26 February 2015
You and your car have been through a lot. Together you've listened to hours of good music and taken some unforgettable road trips. However, along the way, the two of you may have been involved in a traffic collision. After getting in an automobile accident, you should stay hydrated, rest, see a doctor, and ice your injuries. But, what about your car? It's only natural for you to want your car to get the care it needs.
24 February 2015
Are you starting to get anxious about taking your RV out onto the road? If so, you need to consider what it is going to take to get it road ready. This is especially important if your RV has not been out on a long trip in a long time. To help you get your RV ready for the road, you might want to consider the following tips. Look For Body Repair Needs
12 February 2015